Legal Provisions Regarding Arrest under the Sections 46-60 of Code of Criminal Procedure

S. 47 empowers the Police Officer to enter and search the place entered by the offender. If ingress to such a place cannot be freely obtained, the Police Officer can also break open any door or window of such house for the purpose of entering the same. If any apartment is in the actual occupancy […]

12 Factors Which Influence Demand for a Commodity (Useful Notes)

(1) Price of Commodity: The price of commodity is the most important factor that determines the demand of a commodity. As a matter of fact, there is inverse relationship between the price of the commodity and the quantity demanded. It means that the price and quantity demanded move in opposite direction. For example, lower the […]

What is Warrant of Arrest under section 70-81 in the Code of Criminal Procedure?

(i) It must be in writing. (ii) It must be signed by the Presiding Officer of the Court issuing the warrant. (iii) It must bear the seal of the Court. (iv) It must contain the description of the person to be arrested with sufficient certainty so as to identify him clearly. (v) It must clearly […]

Useful Notes on the “Elasticity of Demand”

In ordinary language we understand if a matter is expanded and contracted easily it is called as an elastic matter. If it is not expanded and contracted easily it is either less elastic or inelastic object. This concept of elasticity is also applicable to demand. Elasticity of demand means the degree of extension and contraction […]

Reciprocal Arrangement for Transfer of Persons and Attachment and Forfeiture of Property under Indian Laws

The term “contracting state” has been defined to mean any country or place outside India in respect of which the Central Government has made arrangements with the government of such a country or place, by entering into a treaty, or otherwise. The provisions of this Chapter are dealt with under the following two heads: A. […]

Legal Provisions Regarding Arrest by Private Persons in India

The principle underlying this section was well-expressed in an English case as follows : “For the sake of preservation of the peace, any individual who sees it broken may restrain the liberty of him whom he sees breaking it, so long as his conduct shows that the public peace is being endangered by his acts.” […]

5 Main Causes that are responsible for the Downward Slope of the Demand Curve

2. Income effect: The law of demand operates or the slope of the demand curve slopes downward to right because of the income effect. When the price of a commodity changes, the consumer’s real income or purchasing power of his money income changes leading to a change in quantity demanded. This is called income effect. […]

When Police can Arrest without Warrant under Indian Laws?

(iii) Any person who has been proclaimed as an offender, either under the Criminal Procedure Code or by any order of the State Government; or (iv) Any person in whose possession anything is found, which may reasonably be suspected to be stolen property, or (v) Any person who obstructs a Police Officer while in the […]

Understanding the Meaning and Definition of “Demand” (Useful Notes)

In every day conservation people speak of demand and supply of a commodity. They use demand as desire for a commodity. But mere desire for a commodity is not demand in economics. It is the effective desire for a commodity which can be called as demand in Economics. A desire becomes effective when it is […]

7 Exceptional Conditions of the Law of Demand

Some of the exceptional conditions are described below: 1. Ignorance of the Consumers: Under such circumstances, the people are not aware of the actual price of the commodity and they may purchase more quantities even at an increased price. 2. The Law does not apply to Conspicuous Consumption or Prestige goods: There are certain goods […]